Month: June 2019

Why Machine Learning is vulnerable to adversarial attacks and how to fix it (KDnuggets)

Machine learning can process data that is imperceptible to humans from which it produces results we would expect.

These inconceivable patterns (they might look like old-school TV static to us) are inherent in data but may make models vulnerable to adversarial attacks. How can developers harness these features to not lose control of AI?

Check out my latest technical review article covering recent research to answer this question published on KDnuggets, the top-rated and influential portal covering news and tutorials on Artificial Intelligence, analytics, Big Data, data mining, data science, and machine learning.

Why Machine Learning is vulnerable to adversarial attacks and how to fix it

 

AI in the Family: how to teach machine learning to your kids (KDnuggets)

Artificial intelligence is all the rage with programmers and scientists, but what about our next generation? Machine learning can be introduced to young ones who are just now learning how to code, and it is important that today’s practitioners spark their interest.

Check out my article published on KDnuggets, the top-rated and influential portal covering news and tutorials on Artificial Intelligence, analytics, Big Data, data mining, data science, and machine learning.

AI in the Family: how to teach machine learning to your kids

 

Last updated April 5, 2020